Charlie's Letter is for four to eight year olds and their care-givers to learn that a mother's love continues even when she is in jail and to encourage children to make good decisions, so that the cycle of going to jail is broken. Charlie's mother sends him a letter from her jail cell. She apologizes for her bad decisions and encourages Charlie to make good decisions. Charlie's Letter can be used by teachers, counselors, step-parents, foster-parents, and grandparents to reinforce a parent's love and to encourage good decision making. All children in this situation need to know they are loved and that everyone wants them to learn to make good decisions. America must break the multi-generational cycle of incarceration and this book is one way to start!
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